In October 2007, Sophie began appearing in a campaign for PETA to promote people becoming vegetarian.
In October 2007 Sophie received news she had won a role in the comedy Zeroes which will also star Christopher Walken. It's the second time the pair have acted together, after they both had roles in Click.
Sophie became engaged to Benji Madden of Good Charlotteon Christmas Eve of 2006. She later called it off.
She is currently signed to Brian McKnight's management team.
She is in the process of recording three songs for her film Spring Breakdown in 2007.
She trained in classical opera when she was growing up.
In 2003, she released her debut solo album entitled Calendar Girl.
She has appeared in several commercials for Diet Vanilla Coke.
She has previously worked as model and spokesperson for Expozay Swimwear in Australia.
She once dated her music producer Shane Monopoly.
In 2006, she appeared in the films Click and Date Movie.
She once worked as a Marilyn Monroe impersonator at Warner Bros. Movie World.
She auditioned for a part on the Australian version of the show Popstars and successfully became a member of female pop group Bardot.
Her favourite singer is Pink.
Her favourite movie is American Pie.
Her favourite food is fish.
Her favourite colour is green.
Her star sign is Sagittarius.
Her favourite directors are Baz Luhrmann and Quentin Tarantino.
Her favourite movies include Reality Bites, Fight Club and Zoolander.
Sophie: There's no doubt in my mind that going vegetarian has made me feel better not only physically but also because I learned about the suffering of animals who are raised and killed for food. I feel good knowing that I'm not contributing to that.
Sophie: She's kind of a floozy that kind of just works there because she gets around a bit. Another serious character for me. Describing the character she portrays in the film, Click.
Sophie: I'm the head of the evil girls. I'm like the evil b*tch that everyone wants to be like and they all end up hating her. Talking about her character in the upcoming film, Spring Breakdown.
Sophie: There's nothing like it, I can't compare it. I couldn't say what artist it's like. Talking about her new album to be released in 2007.
Sophie: It's good 'cause no one knows me, that's why I love it, I can have freedom and privacy and all that kind of stuff. I forget when I come here and then we had cameras following us yesterday, you forget, it's bizarre, because I get so used to being able to look like a bogan and go out. But apart from that I love Sydney, it's my favourite. Comparing Los Angeles to Sydney.
Sophie: It was so fun, yeah. It was just like being at school with a handy-cam. They just let us go and would say "If you want to put anything in that's funny, just go for it." It was good. It was really, really fun. A nice little introduction for me. On working on Date Movie.